Third Module of LNCT’s New Free Online Course on Vaccine Hesitancy and Demand Generation Now Available!

Dear LNCT members,

We are pleased to announce that the third module of LNCT’s  online course on vaccine hesitancy and demand generation“Building knowledge and awareness about immunization amongst caregivers and families”  is now available to the public in English, French, Portuguese and Russian. Developed in partnership with Common Thread, this module focuses on why building knowledge and awareness is critical, but not sufficient on its own, to build demand for immunization, teaches participants how to create effective posters, banners, and printed materials to increase knowledge and awareness, and introduces actions that can be taken to respond to rumors, misinformation and disinformation. . The course is free and takes approximately 3 hours to complete. It can be accessed by clicking here and creating an account.

Please feel free to share this course widely with your networks. Email info@lnct.global if you have any questions, and keep an eye out for future modules!

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